In his weekly address, Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs released a statement on the 2020 Presidential election.
“I want to ensure Knox County that no matter who wins the presidency, I will stay true to my beliefs,” said Jacobs. “I will continue to abide by my oath to uphold the United States Constitution, the Constitution of the state of Tennessee, and the Knox County Charter.”
Also in the address, Jacobs announced that the county finance department moved to refinance $56 million in bond debt which will save the county $4.5 million according to Jacobs.
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